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"This infographic from the victorian age provides information about the difference of time among the principal cities around the world and their airline distance from Washington." Via visual.ly.

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Infographic from flowtown: Should you use Twitter?

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25 Classic Fonts That Will Last a Whole Design Career

Eric Gill, Adrian Frutiger and Max Miedinger are names we associate with the classic typefaces designers use on a daily basis. Their font creations are timeless designs that look right at home no matter what century we’re in. This collection of 25 classic fonts is a round up of the best and most popular fonts every designer should own.”

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whineandbeer:

uncleclark:

OCCUPY WALLSTREET - POSTER

This is gorgeous.

whineandbeer:

uncleclark:

OCCUPY WALLSTREET - POSTER

This is gorgeous.

(via novazembla)

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The Periodic Table of Typefaces from Squidspot.

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Not really a surprise: companies prefer to hire people savvy enough to change the default privacy setting for their facebook posts to friends only. The infograph does a good job of conveying a lot of information from the survey. Not stylish perhaps, but very solid.

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Social media monitoring service Reppler recently surveyed more than 300 hiring professionals to determine when and how job recruiters are screening job candidates on different social networks. (via How Recruiters Use Social Networks to Screen Candidates)

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Little White Lies posters by by Justin Barber.

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Round Button Navigation
by Wouter de Bres. I like the recessed look.

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Retro city guides from the 70s by George Tscherny: graphic, minimalist.

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vizualize:

Yahei Ueyama, 1800, Nikko Toshogu, Japan

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